Waucht definition

(Scotland) A large draught of any liquid.

noun
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1904, Thomas Finlayson Henderson, James I. and VI., page 135,

[…] while with Huntly, who in April 1599 had been created Marquis, the King now spent much of his time, “wauchting and drinking.”

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2000, Association for Scottish Literary Studies, Scottish Literary Journal, Volume 27, Issue 1, page 45,

Scott, on the other hand, says of him that he ‘wauchted [quaffed] the bluid-reid liquor doun’.

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Alternative Forms

Alternative Form of waucht - waught

Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
waucht
Plural:
wauchts

Origin of waucht

  • Compare quaff.

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